INTERVENTION PRIOR TO 3.5 YEARS IS ASSOCIATED
WITH IMPROVED COGNITIVE AND ADAPTIVE FUNCTION

Autism Case Conference is a monthly opportunity designed for Colorado-based primary care providers (MD, DO, APP) and clinical psychologists to share current patient cases, receive feedback from an interdisciplinary team of specialists, and to support one another in the diagnosis and management of patients with ASD and developmental disabilities. Our panel of experts covers the fields of medicine, psychology, social work, nurse care coordination and more. Participant involvement includes submitting cases for review approximately once each quarter.

AUTISM CASE CONFERENCE

AUDIENCE:
Colorado-based primary care providers (MD, DO, APP) and clinical psychologists who have completed the Pediatric Autism ECHO series or who already feel comfortable with the series content. To find out if you are eligible to participate please contact Crystal Chapparo.

COMMITMENT:
Sessions held virtually every fourth Thursday
12:00 - 1:00 PM MT

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